Budget proposal would increase funding for EPA chemical assessments:

02/14/2012 | EENews.net (subscription required)

The Environmental Protection Agency's fiscal 2013 budget would be cut by $105 million under President Barack Obama's proposal, but the agency would receive an $11 million increase in funding for assessing chemical risks and publicly releasing chemical information. Obama's budget would also offer more money for enabling EPA to take "proactive" action under the Toxic Substances Control Act, the agency said.

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